UFC 158 Results: Camozzi defeats Ring, and Dana White announces Ronda Rousey as next TUF coach

Kevin and George from the Uncut Sports Show weigh in on all of the exciting action from this weekend’s main card at UFC 158. Let’s see what they thought about Chris Camozzi vs Nick Ring.

Chris Camozzi won a split decision over Nick Ring in a slug fest, that featured punches with nothing behind them. In the end Camozzi’s conditioning allowed him to out perform Ring for the win.

The biggest news of the night, however, came after the fight when Dana White announced that Ronda Rousey would be one of the coaches for season 18 of the Ultimate Fighter. Huge news for Women’s MMA and an interesting twist to the reality series.

UFC 158: Carlos Condit vs. Johny Hendricks

George and Kevin from Uncut Sports “weigh in” on the welterweight fights featured on the upcoming UFC 158 card.

Canadian Nick Ring might be one of the sleepers in the middles. His only loss was a decision to Tim Boetsch, he’s well rounded and can beat you several ways. However, his opponent Chris Camozzi is just as well rounded and on a three fight win streak. Expect a technical fight from these two.

Winner of this one, will face the winner of the GSP vs. Diaz fight, it’s pretty simple. Johny Hendricks is on fucking tear. He’s dropping welterweights like a bad habit, with knockouts over Kampmann, Fitch, Waldburger, and Brenneman in 4 of his last 7. I think he’s the scariest thing in this stacked welterweight class. Nonetheless, Carlos Condit is a very smart and methodical fighter. Condit needs to do exactly what he did to Diaz to beat Hendricks.

However, in my opinion Hendricks packs more power and can end it in one shot. If Hendricks quickly works his way to the inside, and avoids the leg kicks of Condit, he can win this fight. Vegas seems to think, that’s what will happen, and so do I.

Chris Camozzi is back in the win column

Chris Camozzi got a victory after long series of loses. Of course he is very inspired with a win over Dustin Jacoby

And he says: “That was my fifth fight with them, and I feel like that is the most comfortable I’ve felt in there and that’s going to translate into this fight. I’m doing what I need to do and am able to think more clearly in there without the excitement and adrenaline affecting me.”

But it is still very important to show a nice fight on June 22 at UFC on FX 4 to claim his right to be in the company. Chris will fight Nick Catone which has less expereince but still is a tough guy.